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1st Osaka University-EPFL International Symposium

2013-12-2 (Mon) - 2013-12-4 (Wed)

Internal announcement of First Osaka University-EPFL International Symposium

Osaka University and Ecole Polytechnique Federal de Lausanne (EPFL, Switzerland) will organize the First Osaka University-EPFL International Symposium on December 2-4, 2013 at Osaka University to reinforce research collaboration and researcher exchanges. This time, in addition to the research symposium, there are several unique events organized with help of the Embassy of Switzerland and Nitto Denko.

Following 3 events are organized in this international symposium:

1. Research symposium for chemical biology and organic chemistry (Dec 2-4)

The main topic of this international symposium is a research symposium for chemical biology and organic chemistry held on Dec 2-4. Fifteen Principle Investigators* (PIs) from Osaka University and EPFL will talk about their state-of-art science and poster session and networking with PIs and young researchers are planned within the program. We will also organize session to share information about grants and fellowships (Osaka University, EPFL, Switzerland, and EU).

*Principle Researchers

2. Swiss promotion session by the Ambassador of Switzerland (Dec 2, 17:20-18:30)

The Ambassador of Switzerland will introduce Switzerland, higher education, science and technology, internationalization.

3. Swiss Fair (Dec 2)

For those who are interested in studying in Switzerland, Science & Technology Office, the Embassy of Switzerland will open a booth.

Please visit the URL below for detailed agenda and information for participation.

We hope that you will be joining us!

Date: 2013-12-2 (Mon) - 2013-12-4 (Wed)
Organizer: Osaka University
Venue: ICHO Kaikan, Suita campus, Osaka University, Japan
Registration: Registration is required for events #1 and #2. Go to the URL below for specific information.
Contact: Ms. Mayumi MOCHIZUKI, Administrative Office for Large-Scale Education and Research Projects

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